Colorado Springs, L 7-11 (Completed Early, 6 Innings)
Greg Smith was tagged for 10 runs (seven earned) on six walks and seven hits. In the fourth inning, Smith served up a grand slam. Kazuo Matsui hit a double and a triple and drove in two. Chris Nelson and Mike Paulk had two hits and drove in one run and two runs, respectively. Paulk had a triple as well.
Tulsa, L 5-8 (7 innings)
Keith Weiser got knocked around for eight runs in five innings, three runs coming on a homer in the fifth inning. Jason Van Kooten hit a solo home run and had two total RBI. Scott Beerer also knocked in two.
Tulsa, L 4-5 (7 Innings)
Stuart Pomeranz blew another game when he gave up a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh. Ching-Lung Lo drew the start and allowed two runs over 2 2/3 innings. Jonnathan Aristil struck out four. Jason Van Kooten hit his 12th home run in the loss.
Modesto, W 5-3
Rob Scahill gave up three runs on four walks and eight hits in five innings. He struck out four. Alan DeRatt picked up the win by pitching three scoreless innings of relief and he struck out four. Casey Weathers threw a clean ninth for his first save.
Asheville, W 7-6 (12 Innings)
Chris Balcom-Miller struck out eight in 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs. After Dan Perkins allowed three runs in two-thirds of an inning, Paul Bargas, Rhett Ballard, Sheng-An Kuo, and Leuris Gomez held Hagerstown scoreless over the last six innings.
Jared Clark hit his 16th homer of the season and had two RBI. Delta Cleary hit two doubles and drove in two runs. In the bottom of the 12th, Dallas Tarleton got to second on a walk and then a wild pitch. Joey Wong put down a sac bunt that pitcher Luis Garcia made a bad throw on and allowed Tarleton to score the winning run.
Tri-City, W 2-1
Jared Simon and David Hernandez drove in the Dust Devils' two runs last night and each had two hits. Erik Stavert threw 5 2/3 scoreless innings and struck out eight. Eric Federico allowed Yakima's only run.
Casper, W 8-2
Tyler Gagnon allowed two runs in seven innings and struck out four. Rafael Suarez struck out four over two scoreless innings of relief. Joshua Powers went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI; Juan Crousset hit his second homer of the season; and Brett Tanos had a triple and two RBI.